Be part of the dedicated team that supports our mission by making a contribution to the community through performing arts and education.
The Mission of Wolf Trap Foundation
A vibrant working atmosphere, enthusiastic co-workers, and social opportunities in a beautiful natural ambience at America's only national park for the performing arts.
What is Wolf Trap?
An outstanding benefits package offering eligible employees generous leave, fully paid insurance premiums, 403(b) retirement plan, direct deposit, credit union, health club, parking, and more.
Share in the excitement of premier musical performances
with complimentary tickets and the opportunity to attend master classes
NOVEMBER, 2005: Wolf Trap was again featured in Washingtonian magazine as one of the 50 Great Places to Work in the metropolitan area. Wolf Trap continues to strive as one of the top arts nonprofit organizations in the Washington area based on its interesting and challenging work, good pay and benefits, collegial staff, flexibility, and employee development.
JUNE, 2005: The Wolf Trap Foundation was named an honorable mention winner of the 2005 Washington Post Award for Excellence in Nonprofit Management. This award recognized Wolf Trap’s best practices in financial management, information and communication, organizational development, resource development, human resources, risk management, and use of technology.
NOVEMBER, 2003: Wolf Trap was featured in Washingtonian magazine as one of the 50 Great Places to Work in the metropolitan area. Wolf Trap was chosen because of our "interesting work, good benefits, collegial staff, stability, employee development, and community involvement" and was the only arts nonprofit organization featured.
NOVEMBER, 2001: Wolf Trap won the Companies As Responsive Employers Award in the Small Business Category from Northern Virginia Family Service. The CARE Award recognizes companies that provide family-friendly workplace benefits and environments for their employees. Businesses are evaluated on the quality and the scope of their programs through phone interviews and an intensive on-site visit.
Terre Jones, President Emeritus of Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts, accepting the award from Beth Gilley of MenningerCare Systems and Chair of CARE Nominating Committee; Mary Agee, President and CEO of Northern Virginia Family Service; and George W. Lane, III, of Marsh USA, Inc. and Chair CARE Advisory Committee.